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Grand Rounds-“We’re Not There Yet, But Are We At Least Making Progress?
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Grand Rounds-“What Patients Can Teach Us About Religion and Spirituality Today”
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7 Elements of Self-Care
When you have the flu, you most likely take time off from work and give your body the rest it needs to recover. When you are struggling with depression, anxiety or another mental illness and you are having a tough time, do you care for yourself in the same way?
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Frontline Workers and Emerging Mental Health Issues
Andrew J. Gerber, M.D., Ph.D. presents "Frontline Workers and Emerging Mental Health Issues"
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National Recovery Month: Everything you need to know about mental disorders and substance use disorder recovery
What you need to know about
substance-use disorder recovery
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LGBTQ+ Adolescents: Mental Health And Their Pride
LGBTQ+ Adolescents: Mental Health And Their Pride
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Straight Talk with Tracey, Episode 12: Mental Health Care
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This Summer, Explore the Upside of Down Time
Traditionally, summer was a time for kids and their parents to relax and enjoy some unstructured days – a chance to decompress, have fun and play. But thanks to the ubiquity of personal technology, as well as the increasing number of scheduled summer activities, the summer can feel an awful lot like the hectic, plugged-in school year for some families.
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Be Your Own Mental Health Advocate
When you are dealing with a mental illness, or any condition for that matter, it's extremely important to become an advocate for yourself and make sure you have a voice in your treatment plan. Most likely your treatment team will consist of a psychiatrist, a psychologist and/or a social worker. These professionals know the intricate details of mental illnesses, how they typically present and what is the best first step in treatment. 
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Depression & Older Adults
If you are responsible for caring for an aging parent or older relative, you may grow accustomed to their occasional grumpiness or glass half-full attitude, but don’t be so quick to chalk it up to the typical aging process.
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Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2016
Every February we dedicate a week to raising awareness about eating disorders, which affect an estimated an estimated 24 million Americans. 
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National Eating Disorders Awareness Week
People struggling with eating disorders say they are misunderstood and compare their bodies to others on social media.
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How to Know When You Should Seek Help
Deciding you need mental health treatment can feel scary. You know you don’t feel like yourself and you want to feel better, but sometimes it’s hard to admit you need help.
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5 Tips for Speaking to Children and Teens about Mental Illness
Mental illness is not uncommon. One in four people will struggle with a diagnosable mental illness every year. That means that it will most likely affect you, someone you know and love, or even your kids. But unlike other illnesses, there is still a stigma attached to mental illness and behavioral problems. When it comes to kids, many will begin to develop a stereotypical image of mental illness as they get older based on what they see in the media or hear from friends, which is why education is important. So the question arises - when and how can we talk to our kids about mental illness in a way that will be educational and reassuring? 
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Mental Health Wellness Week
It’s Mental Health Wellness Week and unlike other awareness days and weeks the focus is on staying well, not the condition itself. Two of the goals are promoting the benefit of mental wellness for both the mind and body and educating people on how to incorporate mental wellness techniques into their daily lives, whether you have a mental illness or not. The best way to stay well is to have good coping skills and build resiliency to deal with life when it throws us curveballs.
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May is Mental Health Month
It has been said, “there is no health without mental health” because all aspects of our lives are impacted by our mental health. Take time to educate yourself about mental illness and addiction.
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A Healthy Diet Can Improve Your Mental Health
The link between how food affects our mood is becoming common knowledge.  There are blockbuster books, recipes and diets can be found on the Internet, and even grocery manufacturers now package perfect snack pairings to you power through that mid-day slump.
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Do You Have a Mental Illness?
People often use the terms mental health and mental illness interchangeably, but just as with any other medical condition, you are healthy or you are ill.  It is a serious mistake to call it a mental health issue when someone has a mental illness.  They are sick.  It is real, and because people do not understand the difference, it can interfere with proper treatment.
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Mental Illness Need Not be Stigmatized
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and as with other designated months, the laudable goal is to educate and raise awareness – and there is good reason.
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Silver Hill Hospital Begins Blog
This is my inaugural blog post on anything ever ­­–­ ­and on behalf of all the staff here at Silver Hill Hospital, let me be the first to say: Hello Neighbors. A warm and heartfelt greeting to all of you who have driven past our 42 acres on Valley Road, heard our name in passing or read about us in the media. This blog is a chance for us to reach out and begin a two-way conversation with you about mental health and wellness.
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